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  • one year ago

What does negative 3 over 8 > −1 indicate about the positions of negative 3 over 8 and −1 on the number line? negative 3 over 8 is located on the right of 0, and −1 is located on the left of 0 negative 3 over 8 is located on the left of 0, and −1 is located on the right of 0 negative 3 over 8 is located on the left of −1 negative 3 over 8 is located to the right of −1

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    a number is greater if it is to the right on the number line

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    \[-\frac{3}{8}>-1\] means \(-\frac{3}{8}\) is to the right of \(-1\)

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